If you're looking for a nice, laid-back preschool "curriculum", check out the Five in a Row books by Jane Claire Lambert. (There's one for preschoolers called Before Five in a Row. ) I checked my copy out of the public library, and just kept renewing it all year long. Then I checked out each of the picture books it uses in turn. All free! If you're thinking about the future a little bit, take a look at Amblesideonline.com. It's a great Charlotte Mason curriculum. I've done Year 1 this past year, and will do Year 0 for kindergarten and Year 2 for second grade this year. It's a wonderful curriculum, and again, free. You can get most of the books it uses at your library if you don't want to buy them. Funny, the most poised, well-adjusted youngsters I've met have all been homeschoolers. I used to think homeschoolers were weird until I actually met some! I was so impressed that I knew then that once we had kids we would homeschool, and I've never had second thoughts. I do get weary of all the "socialization" arguments. I went to public school and I guess I would have been considered "unsocialized" too, since I was reserved around kids I didn't know well and preferred being with my family. Go figure. Anyway, good luck!